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Feds Review 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Convertible for Rear Glass Separation | Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited July 2017 in Chrysler
imageFeds Review 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Convertible for Rear Glass Separation |

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it is reviewing a 2011 decision by Chrysler to limit its extended warranty coverage for rear glass separation in an estimated 15,000 2005 Chrysler Crossfire convertibles.

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  • mittzombiemittzombie Member Posts: 162
    Had the large back window of a hatchback fly out on the highway and nail another car, thankfully the guy was ok. It was a bad replacement job when my car was hit.
  • 9drydock9drydock Member Posts: 2
    I have a 2005 SRT6 Roadster. A couple years ago the glass separated from the fabric top and I took it to the dealer for repair. To my surprise the service manager checked the VIN number with the factory and found that I was still under an extended warranty for the top. It evidently was one of a production run that had the wrong adhesive. The entire top was replaced free of charge and I was given a free HERTZ rental car.
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